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scene just within the last hour. two people were killed in a ups plane crash in alabama. we are following the ntsb investigation. will they or won't they? the very latest on when cal trans plans to open the open the new eastern span of the bay bridge. it's that time of year ago. kids across the bay area that are heading back. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. good morning. you are looking at live pictures right now in egypt where troops are moving in on supporters of former president morsi. we understand a number of people have been killed. we're going to have a live report from washington, d.c. in just about 15 minutes. it's wednesday, august 14th i'm pam cook. >> it's the middle of the week. good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve, it's going to get hot
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and then cold. back and forth? >> a little bit. san francisco yesterday had nice weather. people in the city were wearing short pants. that hasn't happened much lately. yesterday we managed to eke out a 70. going to 68 today. that is normal for this time of year. it will still be nice. this is right with you should be this time of year. a lot more clouds on the coast. 50s to upper 50s. and i think we will see 60s to 70s around the bay. 70-84 but a little bit more of a breeze today and slightly cooler. down about three to five from yesterday. inland will be warm to hot. i don't think much change there. speaking of back to school and forecast focus on antioch. some areas have already gone back. brentwood they were back. 64 right now. 59 livermore. 58 in oakland. san rafael at 56.
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there is santa rosa 49. 37 up in tahoe. i will tell you i know somebody who lives in truckee once august hits that temperature starts to dip. 60 in sacramento. 80s down on the desert. system right there will begin to cool us down. it's already beginning to pick up that fog. 90s for these temps. 70s for some. 60s and 70s. 80s and 90s away. temperatures will they be the same tomorrow? start our cooling trend then. here is sal. the livermore valley once again is a mess. we had an earlier crash. we had a couple minor crashes. the crash is gone but the damage is done on 580 if you drive from tracy to livermore. the yellow indicator is where the accident was blocking lanes for about the better part of the last half hour. and you can see traffic is still very heavy. now this might be kind of
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something for you to consider. if you get on the road let's say west of livermore. if you get on the road in dublin there is a big artificial barrier holding people back. you might want to get ahead of the crowd and take advantage. that crash has been cleared soon. the entire valley will be filled with people that are running behind. let me move the maps a little bit before we move on. 880 from hayward to fremont looks good. a couple of crashes in san jose. most serious one is northbound 101. in the backup northbound 101 at story road we have a report of a noninjury crash. let's go to interstate 880. live picture here shows traffic off to a good start here. no trouble at the bay bridge toll plaza. although the metering lights are on and there is a backup stretching to the 880 over crossing. let's go back to the desk. 6:03. the latest on the breaking news coming in from alabama. two hours ago a ups carbo plane
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crashed. look at the pictures on your screen. local reports are saying the pilot and co-pilot were killed. there is a website that track flights it says four minutes before that crash the plane plummeted more than 9,000 feet within two minutes. the cargo plane crashed into an open field. there is no word that anyone on the ground was injured. again this is breaking news coming in from alabama. we are keeping an eye on this story. we will bring you the latest information as we get them coming in. we're also continuing to follow that developing news near san lorenzo where a man was shot to death early this morning. claudine wong joins us with what deputies are saying about the victim and their investigation. claudine. >> reporter: good morning, pam. within the last hour we have seen the crime scene technicians arrive on scene. there is a couple of vans down there as they continue to investigate this. they expect to be out here processing the scene for the next couple of hours.
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police started getting calls just after midnight about multiple shots being fired. they got on scene and found a 33-year-old man outside suffering from gunshot wounds. paramedics tried to save him but he was pronounced dead at the scene. >> he's about 33 years old. >> reporter: does he live if this neighborhood? >> he does not live if this neighborhood. >> it's unclear what he was doing here. >> reporter: residents of the neighborhood trying to figure out exactly what happened. we saw three men trying to get back to their cars after working overnight only to find their cars in the taped off area. >> they are like it's a shootout. they said go eat somewhere or come back later. we really can't come back later. we're trying to get home. >> reporter: you are just going to sit out here and wait until they let you no. >> most likely. >> reporter: they were eventually let back into the
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area around 4:30 this morning where they were able to go back to their cars and homes. this is the 1800 block of rob scott way. just west of ginger avenue. this -- last thing we heard it could be a couple more hours before they open it back up. claudine wong ktvu channel 2 news. investigators in east palo alto believe a domestic dispute took the life of a beloved member in the community. police say they discovered the killing an unusual way. the suspect was arrested on drunk driving charges. investigators say he told them he she was the bay beof the and
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she was always happy. time 6:0. officials have told us the name of the san francisco man who died in a crash. the coroner says 38-year-old adam died sunday night. he was the only passenger in the van that the chp says was driven by 43-year-old save son. he was arrested for drunk driving and manslaughter. he's being held without bail. happening later today the family of missing oakland toddler daphne web will plan a walk showing their commitment to finding this tv knee four he arted her it's back to school for the
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san jose unified school district. some make their way into the classroom. and now not phratry traditional a through f. we all remember bringing home the report that may be a thing of the past. teachers here at burnett middle school are creating new innovative ways to teach. >> so this is an example of the four criteria that are involved with math. >> reporter: music teacher cancer shows the new grading system teachers are creating here at burnett middle school. the the pee lot lock be -- one
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idea they are working on is getting rid of the traditional a-f grading system. >> the biggest difference is going to be in the reporting back to the students and to the families and the parents. as teachers we are very awesome at looking at these students build be executing learned material and other break downs of the subject. then the break downs would be shown to the students and their parents so they could bet ere learn where they need to -- better learn where they need to improve. grading is just one of the things they are working on. they are also talking about incorporating technology to create a better individualized learning experience. i will tell you more about that in my next live report. in san jose katie utehs.
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the lost and found at outside lands. people have until friday to claim their items at the bill graham civic, for we to tour if -- early this morning the new span actually glowed. the crews were testing the one of a kind lighting system teaching steel poles with 48,000led lights. now the federal officials approved a temporary fix to the broken bolt problem on that new span, a bridge oversight committee will announce when it will open the span.
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f the chp is already preparing for the possibility of the labor day weekend opening by bringing in extra officers for security and also for traffic control. 6:10 is the time right now. weapons were found on an inmate at a northern california prison. what he's accused of doing to a female doctor. also the warning one texas couple has for parents after a very strange voice came through their baby monitor. good morning. right -- it seems like there is a little bit more fog for some today. inland temps will they cool down or stay warm to hot? [ man ] she yours?
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the best or nothing. that is what drives us. welcome back. time now 6:14. two college friends of the surviving boston marathon bombing suspect pleaded not guilty to obstructing justice. name i can't patrol nouns the i will say the two suspects involved here are accused of stealing a laptop. taking a laptop and backpack with fire works from tsarnaev's dorm room after that bombing. they are facing up to 25 years in prison if convicted. the first formal peace talks in almost five years scheduled today now between
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israel and the palestinians. it's a good will gesture lead into the talks. israel released 26 long held palestinian prisoners. people across the west bank in gaza celebrated the home coming of these prisoners. but israel announced they plan to build more settlements in east jerusalem. egyptian security forces stormed two protest camps in cairo egypt this morning killing dozens of supporters of the outst president morsi. now this comes just a week after two high profile u.s. senators went to egypt. ktvu kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom with the latest disturbing video coming out of cairo. >> reporter: there is also breaking news that a journalist was killed. sky news reports that one of their camera men were shot and killed in the violence in egypt this morning and there are disputes over just how many have been killed today. take a look at the scene coming
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out of cairo this morning. egyptian security forces bulldozing through two separate camps. they used tear gas and fired weapons at supporters of ex- president mohammed morsi. 28 were killed in cairo. another 25 were killed south of the capitol. but the muslim brotherhood claims at least 200 demonstrators are dead. just last week senators john mccain and lindsey graham visited the country. they are pushing both sides to come together for peace talks. i contacted the state department and we also spoke with my contact at the white house this morning to get reaction. we are still waiting for their response. but i will have the very latest developments on the deadly clashes for you when i see you at 7:15. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. time is 6:16. baby monitors are supposed to help parents keep a close eye on their kids. but a mom and dad said a baby
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monitor endangered their child. they heard a strange voice coming from their two-year-old daughter's room they went in and checked it it they believe that had -- i'm supposed to protect her against peep like it is. >> the daughter was born deaf. she needs hearing aids thankfully she slept through all of that. the department helped part of a program called addictive policing. the foal is to maximize police
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presence. santa cruz is the first u.s. city to adopt the program followed by los angeles. time is 6:17. hey, sal, how is everything doing. one of them is 580. you will see some slow traffic as you drive through. this is because of an earlier crash that was near -- it's gone. traffic is really slow this morning coming in from the altamont pass. a lot of people are stuck there. if you happen to get on the road in dublin you can see it's better for you because so many people have been set back by that crash. moving to the shoulder. you might want to think about using 87, 85, or 280 instead. if you are driving this morning to the bay bridge toll plaza. that is backed few for a ten to 15 minute delay. also looking at the commute on highway 4 westbound it's
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moderately heavy. it's slow until antioch. 6:18 let's go to steve. we have a little bit of fog. it's close here today. there will be a little bit of cooler pattern coast and bay. yesterday 80 in oakland. 75. upper 80s to near 90 degrees. a little bit of a westerly breeze behind that. this is about right. the average temps here in the white and the forecasted highs right there. now again these were all above average or right at average. san francisco 68. 75 today. oakland down four from 80. average is 72. san jose 5:. three above. so two days in a row.
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today 60s and 10:s and 10:s or 90s. patchy fog. it will still be warm to hot. temperature here is 45. santa rosa 49. that is pretty chilly here for august. some of the temperatures upper 50s or low 60s. cool for some. mild for others. a little bit more of a breeze here today. yesterday almost every location was calm. fairfield was under ten. today they're under 18. the fog is regrouping here. yesterday there was this little ban that went down the coast. inland temps will have to wait until that low comes in and ushers things and lifts that fog. today fog, sunny. warm to hot away from the coast. a little breezy at times. temperatures checking in. 98 clearlake. 96 vacaville. novato 89. richmond 75. that is a stricky call here.
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70 alameda to 90s far enough away. upper 80s to 90s for the interior. 85 santa clara. 60s on the coast or 70s. 80s on the peninsula. fog, sun, warm but not as warm on thursday. it looks cooler friday into saturday. 6:20 is the time. american airlines and u.s. airways say they will fight for their merger. that is after the jesus department filed suit to block the deal. the merger will decrease competition and increase fairs. the airlines argue they need to merge to stay in business and compete with the other major carriers. coca-cola launching a new ad campaign. it will take out ads across the country telling consumers a pertain is safe. the teenage california girl
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who's kidnapping triggered that major amber alert is speaking out. what she is saying about that former family friend accused of kidnapping. plus the penalties the u.s. company faces after a deadly train derailment in quebec.
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welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. time is 6:24. this morning a wild fire has burned a dozen homes near a mountain resort in utah and threaten 250 others. the rock port fire about ten miles northeast of park city is just 5% contained at this point. it has burned 4,000 acres. hundreds of homeowners had just a few minutes to gather they belonging before evacuating. >> we were able to get in and get the most important things our pets and some documents. and so just didn't have too much time. but to get out. >> firefighters say that fire was sparked by lightning. time is 6:25. a hostage standoff at a louisiana bank ended with both a hostage and the gunman dead. investigators say the 20-year- old suspect had no intention of robbing the bank. they say he went into the bank yesterday, he did have a gun, and he took three captives. he later freed a female bank
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teller but just before midnight as a swat teams are moving in, he shot two is national rail safety month. some northern california roller derby teams want your blood. they say it's all for a good
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cause. they are helping the american red cross by hosting blood drives. that is the time of year when donations tend to drop off. today's blood drive is at the whole foods in cap toe la. it runs from -- on friday. it's next month. striking city workers say they have a message for the mayor. we're live in hayward with the latest next. and we'll take you live to the opening bell to see what is happening on wall street. good morning. if you are driving toward the bay bridge, the traffic at the mccarthur maze that looks good heading around the corner because you will see slow
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there it is. they are getting ready for the opening bell in new york this morning. and there it is live. and over there on the nasdaq that is the company called baby quest. they are a nonprofit group. it helps people who are trying to have a baby who can't afford utility which is very expensive. they help out. there is a number of celebrities there that are endorsing it. it's a couple girls in front. little girls that benefited from that as well. a lot of stocks to watch today. sea world actually doing okay. but the earnings were not as good as expected. they blame the bad weather. macy's also blames the weather for disappointing earnings report. we are going to smile and say good morning, to you.
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thank you for joining us here on ktvu channel 2 morning news i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. checking in with steve. another warm day today? >> stop blaming the weather. >> i'm always blaming the weather. >> all of these companies blame the weather. fog and sun nice to warm. mid 70 yesterday. i wanted to today. but i went 68 for this time of year. it's showing dines of regrouping. i along the coast a lot more fog than we had yesterday. that is for sure. fog or sun later on today. 60s to 70s. low clouds. 52 to 58 for the day. there will be a little bit more of a westerly breeze. inland cool lows. upper 40s to 60s. we'll see 80s to 90s it will be warm to hot. back to school forecast.
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temperatures starting off 62. a high today of 95. i think today we top out on the temps here. 60s for some. 50s or 40s for others. san jose at 57. it's definitely getting colder up in the mountains. 37 tahoe. ukiah down. this system begins to sweep in. that will lift the fog. it looks like two days of warm to hot conditions. inland was pretty nice by the coast. so 60s and 70s coast and bay. inland 80s to 90s. we'll see how long that will last. here is sal. steve, good morning. right now we're looking at traffic that is definitely more crowded than it was even a half hour ago. as you look at the bay bridge toll plaza that is backed up for a 15 minute delay before you actually get on to the bridge. there are no major problems. i do see flashing lights out there. although i don't know if that is a problem or a wide load
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truck. let's move along and take a look at the san mateo bridge. that looks good. just as steve mentioned there is a little bit of fog out there. it's not that deep but there is some fog waiting for you on the peninsula. and this morning's commute in the south bay has been pretty slow 101 but the other freeways are doing well. you might do well by just using 85 and 87. and 580 is finally improving a little bit from the altamont pass. 6:33 let's go back to the desk. thank you, sal. we are monitoring breaking news of a deadly ups plane crash. it happened at about 4:00 this morning pacific time. near birmingham, alabama airport. both the pilot and the co-pilot were killed in that firey crash. a rapid response team from the national transportation safety board on its way from washington to investigate what went wrong. ktvu brian flores will have another update coming up in 12 minutes. time now 6:33. developing news near san
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lorenzo. a man was shot to death during the night. claudine wong is in unincorporated san loren sew. they are still investigating that shooting. >> reporter: this investigation still under way this morning as you can see investigators leavingth taped off area. if we come back down the street you can see if we push all the way down there is still a few vehicles. that is the area they are focused on where the shooting happened. crime scene techs are out here. they have been out here for the last 90 minutes or so. i also want to show you video we -- it's un-- think is a pea 3e-year-old latino man. people started calling 911 just after midnight. paramedics did what they could, but could not save the victim's
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life. nearby residents just can't believe what happened. >> it's surprising and shocking. because it's such a close knit neighborhood and everybody pretty much is a community oriented you know city or you know it's unincorporated. but everybody watches out for each other. so this is quite shocking. >> a sergeant on the scene expects this area to be shut down around 7:00 or 8:00 this morning. we just heard the body of the victim is still here on scene. gives you an idea of how much work is left ahead. we will continue to monitor the situation and hoping to get more information from the people on scene and we'll keep you updated here on mornings on 2. live in alameda county claudine wong ktvu channel 2 news. prosecutors expected to present their closing arguments today in the murder trial of
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joseph naso. 79-year-old naso is representing himself. he's accused of killing four women in the 1970s and 1990s. a doctor is recovering after being choked by a prison inmate. the department of corrections says it happened on monday during a medical. the inmate grabbed the doctor by her hair and started choking her. the doctor activated a personal alarm device. other staffers grabbed the inmate. they say he had a weapon made from razor blades. 90 minutes from right now a group of striking workers in hayward plan to be calling out city leaders. they say they are being ignored despite they say they have given back millions of dollars in wages. ktvu tara moriarty is in hayward. this is day two of this three- day walk out. >> reporter: these workers are here already and they are
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starting the chant and walking around here in front of city hall. we just received word from union reps they will be issues a challenge to the mayor, city manager, and other. these workers are among the 280 public workers picketing to protest the proposed labor contract. work eres asked for a 5 -- workers asked for a 5% raise increase but the city wants to ax raises and have them contribute more to their pension. >> this would cost me $400 a month which to a family of five is a lot of money. >> we ask they forego raises for five years. >> city fishes at if -- union
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says the city has been stashing away funds into other accounts make the budget look depleted. workers are, remarking during the city has hire rewe have received this man was trying to apply for a permit here at city hall. we understand he has minor injuries. he was taken to the hospital for observation. we will keep you updated. live from hayward i'm tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. as you mentioned hayward police still investigating that incident yesterday involving one of the pickets and driver of a van. the picketer says he was hit by a white van that union leaders thought might be driven by a replacement worker. but the driver told ktvu he was applying for a building permit.
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union worker was taken to the hospital and checked outen if it is back to school today for some people at one san jose middle school students will see big changes. katie utehs is live at burnett middle school with the changes kids and parents can expect. katie. >> reporter: burnett middle school is one of if while san jose is known for for the is has will include bro deucing more technology. 86% of the students here require for free or reduced lunches. that means many of them do not have access to expensive items and technology like ipads and computers at home. implementing those at school
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will help bridge. >> the teachers don't provide destruct instruction. but the teacher may not shh the -- is grading models may change. of course these changes will require out reach efforts to explain to parents and students in my next reportly go into more details about that a-f dropping that traditional grading method and trying new and exciting things here at burnett. live in san jose katie utehs ktvu channel 2 news. other bay area students heading back to school won't be spending as much time in the
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classroom. they will take science lessons in the school garden. there are 22 campus gardens district wide. ten more than last year. the nonprofit education outside provided garden core and mentors. has a special back to school section to get you ready for the school year. just look for the -- >> is it initials dc? >> they are. [ laughter ] >> i'm waiting for your picture. time now 6:41. san francisco police say it's one of the city's biggest drug bust. what was seized and how much and the possible connection to the outside lands music festival. z two people are dead after a ups cargo plane crashes in alabama. more on what the ntsb and ups are saying about the tragic
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incident. northbound 101 looks good. but will owe will see slow traffic on another part of 101. temperatures yesterday rocking it up to the 80s and 90s. but there is --
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welcome back to the ktvu
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channel 2 morning news. we want to get you up to date on breaking news. a cargo plane went down killing the pilot and co-pilot. brian flores joins us from our newsroom. >> the ntsb just held a brief conference a moment ago. they are sending an investigative team as we speak to alabama. they are expected to arrive there around 8:00 a.m. our time. they also say the local authorities will handle the pilot's deaths but they are hopeful they will recover the black boxes. they were on their way from louisville to birmingham, alabama when it crashed halfway from the runway. now the crash happened before dawn this morning and many residents report hearing two loud explosions when the plane hit. it's still unknown what cargo was in the plane at the time.
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the plane landed in an open field and no structures were effected only power was caught off to 140 residents in the area as a precaution. according to the website says this trip was only 45-50 minutes in length and the plane went through the same route yesterday. ups has also released a statement about the incident it says the incident is very unfortunate and our thoughts and prayers are with those involved. we will immediately ebb gauge with the national information safety board investigation and we will work exhaustively on response efforts. that is from mitch nichols. of course we will keep you updated throughout the morning. brian flores ktvu channel 2 news. san francisco police are looking for more suspects in the connection to the city's largest drug busts ever. investigator found a stash of more than 30,000 pills and
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50,000 pounds of powder. they are associated with the club drug ecstasy. the estimated street value is $1.5 million. officers arrested the two suspects. police are looking into whether the drugs were intended to be sold at last weekend's outside lands music festival. our time is 6:46. i was thinking of collin kaepernick. he's on the cover of gq september nfl kickoff. here's the cover. pam likes that. in the article he credits his mental toughness for allowing him 20 make it into the national football league and he says he hopes people keep under estimating him. washington redskins quarterback robert griffin iii is on the issue's other cover opinion he also talks about all the tattoos he has. about being adopted. his racial identity and the letter he wrote as a fourth grader predicting one day he would be a quarterback for the 49ers. that issue hits news stands on
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tuesday. >> good photography. you have 46 is the time -- 6:47 is the time sal, how is traffic? >> traffic is good. 101 in san jose is still slow. we'll explore that coming up. let's take a look at the pictures. 880 oakland north and southbound. you can still see traffic is moving along very nicely. i would say traffic is good. 580 also looks very nice asacria drive over to the bay bridge. when you get to the bay bridge there is a backup of 20 minutes getting into san francisco. 20 minutes before you make it on to the bridge. and another ten get into the city. i got tweet from jc who said northbound 101 still have one of the lanes blocked there as of just a few moments ago. sot traffic here is still pretty slow there. you can see the road sensors are turning red. it's causing a big traffic jam.
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happily 85 and 87 are good alternates. now let's go to steve. twitter finally coming alife here. had a great picture from nancy. a very foggy so-cal. again it's pretty low. it can't make much of the push inland. sunny cool to nice to warm to hot. tomorrow mostly sunny. area of low pressure coming in which will go right over us again. today anywhere near average to slightly above. it does look cooler coast and bay. sfo yesterday was 77. san francisco was 70. not much change for inland areas. tomorrow it looks like they will cool down. high pressure bidding in for the next couple of days. that looks exactly what is
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happening here. some really cool readings this morning. upper 40s for some. 50s to 60s for others. there is a pretty good spread on the temperatures for lows this morning. a little bit more of a component of a breeze here for many. there is more of a westerly direction. which leads me to believe there will be a little cooler pattern for many today. this low will swing if here and give us a cool down. for others it will be a little cooler. temperatures 70s to 90s. if you run near clearlake and ukiah, oakland 75. berkeley 75. 86 milpitas. 77 santa cruz. 60s on the coast. 80s on the peninsula. temperatures will start to slide tomorrow for everyone. apple's stock is up thousands morning. we are keeping an -- apple's stock is up this morning. he stays he talked with ceo tim
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cook about the company buying back more of its own stock. he believes that could send apple's stock back to $700 a share. today it's up $7 to almost $500 a share. uc berkeley study says drivers of expensive cars don't stop for pedestrians. the researchers add bmw drivers are the least likely to stop if a and blue bmw's with male drivers were named the most often. let's check in now. >> remember that van that was visiting the bay area and was stolen? it was found. also a real surprise regarding the marin redwood. find out why global warming may
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be a good thing for the majestic giants. and contra costa county officials are saying about that phone glitch that mistakenly ordered a county wide investigation. those stories and more coming up. now back to you on the morning news. >> thank you. 6:51 is the time right now. east bay landmark may soon be leveled. why an afriends say they know who made those comments. that is very interesting. 5ñ
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the best or nothing. that is what drives us. welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. taking you life to the big board. dow jones down 48 points. macy's definitely one of the stocks to watch. it's down $2 a share. time is 6:55. now that oakland authorities have confirmed the body found in vacaville is sandra coke investigators are focusing on how she died. >> god bless her family. >> oakland police have only said the body of a woman found last week in vacaville is sandra coke. they are not commenting on how she died.
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convicted rapist randy alana was seen with coke the night shh disappeared. the two of them dated briefly. meantime a 16-year-old girl who was kidnapped from her home in san diego county is talking about the ordeal on social media. a person claiming to be hannah anderson said on ask fm that her abductor threatened to kill her if she tried to escape. she also says he deserved to be killed by fbi agents. police haven't confirmed whether ebbedder southbound is using -- smart phone users are being asked to keep receiving emergency alerts becauses of the rescue of hannah anderson. authorities found james dimaggio and hannah anderson hiking in the wilderness of idaho after a multistate amber
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alert was issued. this is the first time that the alert went out to all smart phone users in the state of california. iconic building is set to be demolished this weekend. on saturday crews will use explosives to level it after it was declared seismicically unstable. some alumni are returning to the school for one final visit. >> i graduated from the -- >> the implosion of the ming is -- the any movie about apple icon steve jobs opens across the country on friday. ashton kutcher says he took the role so he could learn what it was like to be a strong entrepreneur. he says he's a big fan of steve jobs but he wanted to personify the man not make a parity.
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he says that meant showing both his genius and his flaws because those are what made jobs care so much about what he did. actresses halle berry and jennifer garner are urging state lawmakers to pass legislation that will protect children of celebrities from paparazzi. >> i'm here as a mom. i'm here as a mother that loves my daughter my baby on the way. i'm here to try to support this bill so that i can protect my children and protect their rights. >> garner also testified before the committee. the bill all change the definition of harassment to include photographing a child without the permission of the legal guardian. time now 6:58. coming up crime scene technicians at the scene of a homicide. what the police and neighbors are saying. a lot of first for students at a middle school in san jose. the reason teachers are throw
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